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Comair to partner with Maureva for its revenue accounting

Posted 21 November 2018 · Add Comment

Maureva has announced that South African carrier Comair has selected EDGAR Passenger Revenue Accounting Solution to support its revenue protection and financial reporting.

Comair offers scheduled and non-scheduled airline services within South Africa, sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) and the Indian Ocean Islands. The airline operates under its low-fare airline brand kulula as well as under the British Airways livery, as part of a license agreement.

After conducting a comprehensive sourcing process to replace its current revenue accounting solution, the South African carrier opted for Maureva’s EDGAR Cloud solution.

“We selected Maureva solution after a thorough evaluation of several providers in the market. We believe the EDGAR Cloud Solution will enable us to transform our passenger revenue accounting processes, by providing a solution to fully address our business requirements. We are looking forward to a very positive business partnership,” said Dhavan Chetty - revenue accounting manager at Comair

Maureva will integrate its EDGAR Cloud solution with Comair's existing passenger service system (Sabre) to enable the airline to further increase the level of controls and automation within its revenue accounting processes, in accordance with the latest industry standards. Furthermore, the solution will be supported by future-ready technology and a set of features that are being developed in compliance to the carrier’s business requirements.

“We are delighted to partner with Comair for their passenger revenue accounting requirements. We firmly believe that EDGAR will enable the airline to efficiently identify opportunities to stem revenue leakage, increase profitability and automate complex processes, while providing the necessary insights and the business intelligence required to address their business goals,” said Cecile Sydney - chief operations officer at Maureva

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